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Capitol Lake to be lowered during work to replace screens between mitigation ponds and main lake

On Monday and Tuesday, July 24 and 25, a contractor hired by the Department of Enterprise Services will replace the screens between Capitol Lake's mitigation ponds and the main lake. The screens are needed to reduce risk of Eurasian Watermilfoil fragments spreading from the ponds into the lake.

To accommodate the work, Enterprise Services will lower the lake level by 2 feet, starting during the high tide the evening of Sunday, July 23.

The agency will return the lake to its normal level after the work is complete.

Northbound I-5 construction to cause weekend delays

On the weekends of July 21 and 28, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will rebuild a bridge approach slab and expansion joint on northbound I-5 at Pacific Avenue. The work will require reduced lanes and is expected to cause lengthy traffic backups and delays. Visitors and employees traveling to the Capitol Campus are encouraged to take alternative routes.

When will the work occur?

10 p.m. Friday, July 21 through 5 a.m. Monday, July 24; and 10 p.m. Friday, July 28 through 5 a.m. Monday, July 31.

Capitol Campus sundial to be removed for repairs week of July 17

The sundial between the O'Brien and Cherberg buildings on the west campus will be removed by a contractor hired by Enterprise Services this week.

The sundial will be taken to Seattle for further condition assessment and repair. Work will include:

Capitol Campus Construction Impacts for the week of July 17

1063 Project Update

During the week of July 17, crews will be restriping roads surrounding the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

There will be intermittent impacts to traffic on:

  • 11th Avenue
  • Capitol Way
  • Columbia Street
  • Union Avenue

During work throughout the week, flaggers will be in place. Work is weather dependent and subject to change.

A Reminder to be Assertive and Aware when using Capitol Campus Facilities

Washington State Patrol recently made a car prowling arrest in the Plaza Garage. The Department of Enterprise Services would like to remind anyone using Capitol Campus parking facilities to:

Annual festival to impact campus streets July 12 to 16

Capital Lakefair, the 60-year-old event that takes place along the shores of Capitol Lake, begins Wednesday, July 12 and ends Sunday, July 16, with a nighttime fireworks display.

Lakefair requires temporary closures of several campus and city streets. A section of Water Street, next to Heritage Park, is already closed for Lakefair set up.

Here is a partial list of street closures during Lakefair:

Work for 1063 project to bring traffic impacts during week of July 10

During the week of July 10, crews will continue sidewalk, paving and landscaping work along the sides of the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

There will be intermittent impacts to traffic on 11th and Union avenues.

During work throughout the week, flaggers will be in place. Work is weather dependent and subject to change.

Sidewalk, landscaping, paving work for 1063 project to bring traffic impacts during first week of July; stormwater system work continues

During the first week of July, crews will begin paving work and continue sidewalk and landscaping work along the sides of the 1063 Block Replacement Project.

There will be impacts to traffic on 11th Avenue, Columbia Street, Union Avenue and Capitol Way, including intermittent road closures.

During work throughout the week, flaggers will be in place. Work is weather dependent and subject to change.

Scheduled for Saturday, July 1:

Sequim School District celebrates new cross-laminated timber modular classrooms

Pilot project brings potential environmental and economic benefits as well as efficiency in construction process

The Sequim School District is celebrating completion new modular classrooms built using an innovative new building product called of cross-laminated timber (CLT) under a pilot project funded by the state Legislature and overseen by the state Department of Enterprise Services.

Lighting project to bring intermittent closures to Plaza Garage towers during non-peak use times

As part of a project to replace or retrofit exterior lighting on the Capitol Campus that began this month, the Plaza Garage stair towers (1-8) on East Capitol Campus may intermittently be closed during non-peak use times through Friday, June 30.

Closures will not occur during peak use times -- 7 to 8:30 a.m. and 4 to 5:30 p.m. – will not affect all stair towers at once. During closures, a sign will be posted on each entry door notifying people that the stairs are closed temporarily.

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